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We are ready to host African Union meetings – Zambia Government



On Wednesday, the Zambian government said that it was prepared to host sessions of the African Union (AU) this week.

From July 14 to July 17, the capital city of Zambia, Lusaka, will play host to both the 4th AU mid-year coordination meeting and the 41st session of the AU Executive Council.

3,500 additional officials and roughly 13 African presidents are anticipated to attend the conference.

The sessions’ success was ensured, according to Stanley Kakubo, the minister of foreign affairs and international cooperation, by an Inter-Ministerial Committee that was set up to monitor preparations.

In a ministerial statement, he expressed gratitude on behalf of the government for being given the chance to host the summit and promised to use it to advance the nation’s hospitality and tourism industry.

He claimed that holding the summit would benefit the private sector as well as other facets of society.

“Building Resilience in Nutrition on the African Continent: Accelerate Human Capital, Social and Economic Development” will serve as the theme of the summit.

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